Thanks......I forgot to mention that I also have a full beard that I keep trimed. Even with the beard this mask has very small leakage. The data from my ResScan reports shows minor leakage. It does work for me!
I just wanted to add I also have a FitLife and that I think it is a good mask. Certainly it is comfortable and keeps you from getting a sore on the bridge of your nose. It is rather noisy though. While the air noise doesn't bother me, my spouse finds it annoying. I wish all masks were as quiet as a Quattro. Jeff.
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Can you please tell from where did you brought that mask as i needed it.
The hole in the bridge of my nose is still there and I have not used the Quattro for 2.5 years. The fitlife solved that but I am not sure I sleep as well. I downloaded the software and will be able to read the SD card from my S9 Autoset, something I could not do with the S8 Elite.
I lost my four bottom from teeth from the tight strap of the Quattro but the fitlife would have done the same since my straps are also very tight. I hope it does not damage this 6 tooth crown I have now.
The mask works well but tends to leak out from the corners of my mouth and blow air up across my forehead, both of which seem to wake me up, or maybe I just think so.
I will be sticking with this fitlife mask and may try an XL but still with a small headgear.
It is necessary, with my pressure, to cram the mask on very tight.
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I discovered the FitLife total face mask after using a nasal mask and then a couple full face masks. The main reason I wanted to try the FitLife was pain and damage to the bridge of my nose that was caused by the others plus being a mouth breather that wasn't stopped by a chinstrap. Also, my pressure needs are at the high end.
I began using the FitLife a little over six years ago, and I'm still using one and still quite happy with it.
Until recently, I had been adding a thin roll of silicone (made from silicone ear plug material) across the mask's forehead area to eliminate leaks there, an idea from Mary, (zimlich). For some unknown reason, I have recently found that I no longer need the added silicone and can still avoid leaks.
The mask is comfortable and with correct tension on the headgear (neither too tight nor too lose), it's absolutely quiet. The mask is nearly indestructible. The only part that wears out is the velcro headgear. It's quite easy to wash, since the faceplate and silicone seal are made as one unit.
When I first tried it, I felt this mask was much less claustrophobic than a FFM which has visible side frames running just under my eyes. The FitLife provides a wide, totally unobstructed view. The idea of a total face mask scares many people, but in my view it's a lot more friendly than a FFM.